$1 million in new deals

International Datacasting Corp. receives a combined $1 million in new orders from two national broadcasters in Europe, as well as add-on orders from the US. The Ottawa-based satellite equipment maker reports that the European customers are purchasing equipment for new digital radio satellite networks. “Our digital audio line is seeing increased demand with both new International%20Broadcasting%20Logo.jpgand long-time customers, as the industry upgrades to the latest and greatest in audio broadcast technology,” says IDC chief executive Ron Clifton. “The SuperFlex line of products is all about providing flexible, high-performance multimedia capabilities. This is the future of professional audio.” Poland’s national broadcaster, Polskie Radio, has ordered IDC’s head-end uplinking equipment and satellite receivers, allowing it to deliver live broadcasts with locally inserted digitally recorded content. Portuguese national broadcaster Radio Television Portugal has ordered IDC’s SuperFlex Pro Audio receivers to enable digital data streaming using the latest audio standards.

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